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Posted: August 17, 2008

Flow Sciences Announces New Partner

(Nanowerk News) Flow Sciences, Inc. has announced that it has a new distributing partner, Powder Handling Associates of Yardley, LLC (PHAY). With PHAY's location in Pennsylvania, this new partnership adds further distribution of Flow Sciences‚ cutting edge safety containment enclosures in the northeastern United States and increases customer access to the vented enclosures.
Ray Ryan, President and CEO of Flow Sciences says, "PHAY brings over 60 years of experience in the processing of powders in the pharmaceutical industry. Combining the technical expertise of the two companies produces synergies that will benefit both companies and their customers."
PHAY is a manufacturer's representative company and represents Alexanderwerk, Volkmann, Ystral, Powder Technologies Inc, Gericke, and Matsubo in addition to Flow Sciences. With these complementary lines, they are able to provide their clients with the best possible solutions for powder handling needs.
Flow Sciences, Inc. is based in Leland, NC, and designs and manufactures containment solutions for research and development laboratories, pilot plants, automation equipment and robotics, manufacturing and production facilities where toxic or noxious potent powders, fluids or gases require safe handling while weighing, mixing, processing, or manufacturing. The company's commitment to safety and performance in the engineering, design, testing, and installation of containment enclosures has proven performance throughout the pharmaceutical, biotech and chemical industries, as well as forensics, academia and government research.
Web: www.flowsciences.com
Source: Flow Sciences
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